What’s for Lunch?

You can be sure that at Anne Sullivan Preschool and Kindergarten the lunch is going to be a home-cooked meal based on the nutritional needs of young children. Their growing bodies and active play make it essential that they are well nourished. It is also important that children establish healthy eating habits early in life. […]

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Communication with Families

Home and school are a young child’s two most important worlds. Children must bridge these two worlds every day. If home and school are connected in positive and respectful ways, children feel secure. A priority for Anne Sullivan School Staff is communication with the families who have their children in our care. To do this […]

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What Does My Child Learn in Preschool?

Research shows between birth and five years old, 90% of brain development occurs and the foundation for learning is being laid. Learning that occurs in this “window of opportunity” has a life-long impact. But we may ask, what they have learned while attending preschool? Social-emotional development is now seen as the most important aspect of […]

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